Tagr 5
Tagr 5
5.0.0

4.9

Tagr 5 free download for Mac

Tagr 55.0.0

03 April 2019

Helps you organize your music collection.

Overview

Tagr is an application that helps you organize your music collection.

With Tagr you can easily edit information such as a song's artist, title, or album cover. Tagr also allows you to control the way your files are named, numbered, and capitalized. There is no more need for having other tools dictate that for you!

Check out the video on entwicklungsfreu for an in-depth coverage of Tagr!

Features:
  • Edit meta data of individual MP3, M4A/M4B, FLAC, and AIFF files, or
  • Edit a list of files in bulk
  • Supported tags: track number/count, title, artist, album artist, composer, album, disc number/count, genre, year, comment, compilation, lyrics
  • MP3 ID3 versions: v1, v2.3, and v2.4
  • Embed cover art into your songs
  • Apply uppercase, lowercase, and title case capitalization schemes
  • Automatically generate track numbers
  • Choose from predefined file naming schemes or define your own
  • Extract tags from the file name or title using predefined or custom patterns
  • Search discogs.com for album information and copy it to your songs
  • Listen to songs through QuickLook
  • Customize Tagr to your needs

What's new in Tagr 5

Version 5.0.0:
New Features:
  • Greatly improved search
  • Added support for disc number and disc count when searching discogs.com
  • Added support for non-numeric numbering schemes such as A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, …
  • Now honoring numbering settings and disc numbers when copying search results while automatically numbering tracks with 'All in one' selected
  • macOS notifications are now shown after searching discogs.com completes if Tagr was not in focus
  • Added AIFF file support
  • Added support for editing lyrics
  • Added preference setting to limit maximum artwork size (e.g. for car hi-fi systems)
  • Added support for extracting tags from a song’s title
  • Added dark theme support and icons for macOS Mojave
  • Improved usability when editing song information
  • When editing tags of songs in the table, pressing Enter while holding the Option key edits the next song instead
  • With single-click-to-edit settings enabled, single-clicking a song with the Option key pressed selects it instead
  • Double-clicking a cell when editing songs in the table now reliably starts editing no matter where clicking
  • Default macOS auto-completion for drop-downs and table cells is now disabled
  • Added support for horizontal scrolling in the editor table
  • 'Store leading zeros' property is now also used to automatically prefix disc and track count / number when loading M4A/M4B (with AAC or ALAC codecs) files which don’t supports storing this kind of information
  • Enhanced product documentation
  • Added support for in-app application review
  • Updated application icon and toolbar icons
  • Incorporated latest TagLib library (v1.11.1)
Bug fixes
  • Fixed an issue that would stop leading zeros for MP3/FLACs from showing up on reload
  • Fixed a bug where featuring artists would be added to artist instead of title
  • Fixed PNG/JPEG issues when dragging and dropping images from apps onto Tagr
  • Fixed file sorting issue when adding files to editor
  • Fixed an issue that would wrongly assign album artist as artist when applying search results to songs
  • Fixed an issue that would wrongly interpret album headings as tracks

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How would you rate Tagr 5 app?

44 Reviews of Tagr 5

4
Rod76
11 July 2009
Version: 2.0

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Nice free tagging application. Its a little rough around the edges (crashes sometimes), but for the price it's the one I'll be using. Overall its a pretty simple editor. I like it because most of my podcasts never makes it to iTunes and this app affords me the opportunity to add proper tags along with custom artwork to my podcasts.
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5
steveoliver360
12 January 2018
Version: 4.11.0
I love Tagr and have used it to tag thousands of songs. Recently when I drag numbered files into the program they aren't sorted numerically. Any idea what is happening?
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5
Mrnnn
17 March 2016
Version: 4.8.0
Love this app. Simple, fast, does what I want it to do and nothing else. Gets me the artist, titles, cover and then does file naming, capitalization & numbering all at once. And then leaves me the option to override the data from discogs.
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Cyann
16 February 2016
Version: 4.7.0
Tag is much more efficient and it's free, but not Tag with pencils, but the other one with one pencil and a flashlight as icon.
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5
Basti79
17 November 2015
Version: 4.6.2
Seems more intuitive and easy to use than other apps of similar purpose.
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wickedsp1d3r
02 November 2014
Version: 4.1.0
There is no trial version available? If so, I have to forget this.
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5
peter3731
03 September 2014
Version: 4.0.2
Simple, effective, intuitive. I had a question about file permissions and the developer got back to me in a matter of hours, pretty impressive. Highly recommended.
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4.5
philiaug
24 August 2014
Version: 4.0.1
Simple and efficient
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5
binbot
19 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Tagr makes the arduous task of correctly tagging mp3 files a breeze. It uses discogs.com for both cover art as well filling in track names, which is ultra handy. Throw in a responsive, friendly and handy developer and it's a win. Cheers!
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5
hr4kfctb
18 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
I've been using Tagr for years, and have found it to be the best and most user friendly mp3 tagger out there. The developer has been updating the app regularly, and it continues to get better with each teak. Would be a bargain at twice the price.
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5
Morning
18 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Very nice app! I use Tagr since a long time for editing of tags and filenames for audio files outside of my iTunes library - especially for audiobooks. I like the program: It does what it should and it is easy to use. I use the app for changes of tags, album covers and especially for the renaming of a big numbers of files in one step. The best feature of version 4 for me is creating own patterns (combinations of tags with customized text) when renaming files. Remarkable are the really quick responses on requests. Keep it up!
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5
kshoemaker4
16 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Been using this app since 2012 (v 3.1.2). Recently upgraded to v 4.0. Does exactly what title implies. Great app for creating/changing mp3/m4a tags. I have a very larger music library and this app saved me so much time.
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5
Florian-Loergen
16 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
I love this app! I have used a previous version of the app that was not in the App Store. All my songs are now met nice.
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5
sean-1
15 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Recommended for podcasters. Been using this app a multiple times a week for a year now. It works really well and does exactly what you need it to do with nothing to get in the way. It's one of those almost invisible apps that you don't even think about and that's exactly what makes it so great.
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5
ombetz
15 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Information not well organised is information lost. This is especially true when you are dealing with things like a huge music library with files coming from different sources, and this is where Tagr comes in. Having already used Tagr 3.1.2 for some misnamed mp3s and finding it very useful and intuitive, I bought the new version because I wanted the best start with my new USB turntable - lots of my favourite LPs never have been reissued as CDs. The new version sports an "Add to iTunes" button, most other changes seem to be improvements to existing functionality or helping "under the hood". I highly recommend Tagr for its simplicity of use and effectivity. Wish there was something as well-made and Mac-like for FLAC files as well!
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5
Pammetje
15 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Tagr is a great way to create order in the chaos that I call my music library, which consists of ripped CD's, downloaded songs and other stuff. Tagr is quick, self-explanatory, has all the options I need and definitely worth its money.
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4.5
Cantello
15 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
tagr is a nice and very handy app to quickly tag your entire mp3 collection. It may not have all the intricacies of a scriptable app like mp3tag on Windows but it is very easy to use and you can start editing immediately. Plus the developer is very responsive and appreciates feedback!
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5
jkuhnert
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
I've been using this app for years, it does exactly what it says it will do. Just a great all around reliable workhorse.
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5
Objective-Development-Software-GmbH
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
One of these apps I really love: That simply do what they are supposed to - not more, not less. Tagr just works, reliable and efficient. I create lots of MP3s myself with Logic and GarageBand and not one leaves my Mac without going through Tagr :)
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5
Komtom
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
This is my swiss army knife for tagging and working with music files. No manual needed, easy to use and just working very fine. I am using it since more than a year and I am very happy. Great tool!
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5
rspaight
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
This is a very useful utility if you deal with a large number of music files. Makes it easy to control tags, album art, track numbers, file names and so forth. There are some nice updates in the latest release, including hooks to iTunes and control of disc numbers. Much better than using iTunes for the same functions.
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4.5
TobySimkin
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
As a lover of Tag & Rename in the Windows Space, Tagr is the best and most functional I have found for OSX. Has simple functions, drag & drop. However, not laden with features, and missing some basic core functions like Search & Replace and Get Tags from FileName, however, for effective MP3/Mp$ tag renaming of large libraries (I have over 200,000 songs) Tagr comes the closest over other OSX options.
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5
sopmacordep
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Tagr 4.0 it's just what I needed to keep my music organized. I find it really useful and easy to use. And with its new fixed Discogs feature, you can even tag albums that have no ID3 tag at all, just by searching the artist and the album and selecting the one you want from the large data collection from Discogs. I've tried other file tagging apps on OSX for 2 years now, but I must say that Tagr 4.0 is just the best, so it's worth paying $9.99 for it. I encourage everyone to give it a try if you're looking for a great audio tagging app software.
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5
dwalker109
14 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
Easily the nicest audio file tagging app on OSX - it is clean, professional and fully featured enough to cover everything I need to do. With the addition of custom file naming in version 4, it is now pretty much perfect. Top marks!!
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5
Mrnnn
13 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
well, tagr is back. I've been looking high and low in its absence (well, not absence, but the discogs data fetching stopped working a while back due to changes in their api). so now it's back, design is somewhat smoother but most of all discogs integration works like a charm again, and was improved. I love it. titles, artists, cover,... so handy! and the renaming and capitalization options make this my one-stop solution for tagging my mp3s. close to tag & rename, although that one has a lot more functionality, but it's functionality i don't use anyway + it's not available for osx. so i'll stick to this!
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Quantumpanda
10 August 2014
Version: 4.0.0
I'm curious about the change from freeware to payware. What makes version 4.0.0 worth $10 over continuing to use version 3.1.2 for free, or using another free tag editor such as Tagger or MusicBrainz Picard? (This is a serious question, not a snarky or cynical comment.)
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M-K1030
23 March 2014
Version: 3.1.2
I don't install software from 'unidentified developers.' The author should probably look into properly distributing their software (which you'd think MacUpdate would ensure??).
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5
NadirB9169
07 January 2014
Version: 3.1.2
Works like a charm. Love this app.
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5
sreenath-s
12 September 2013
Version: 3.1.2
The best app for Tagging Mp3 files \m/ Userfriendly and fast !!
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Ochre
20 July 2013
Version: 3.1.2
Doesn't appear to let you change the Media Kind value. This would be a useful addition.
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4.5
overcome
15 October 2012
Version: 3.1.2
This is a great app. I have been looking for a way to clean my music before importing to iTunes. I did come accords a few albums that Tagr was not able to fix, not sure why but for the most part Tagr cleaned up my entire music collection..many thanks to the developer.
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Jr23
16 February 2012
Version: 3.1.1
App no longer connects to Discogs for searching. See Troubleshooting section for more.
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Jr23
14 February 2012
Version: 3.1.1
Tagr has worked great for me for some time, but suddenly the Discogs query no longer works. I get a dialog: Tagr could not query Discogs. Make sure you are connected to the Internet. There's a Show Details button. When clicked, says: Line 1: Document is empty There's no support page or contact info for the developer, so I don't know what to do. May try uninstalling, but without support, I don't know what if any accessory files were originally installed. I'm running OS 10.6, and haven't made any recent system changes
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Unicorn
23 November 2011
Version: 3.1.1
Needs better external hard drive support, but I somehow got it to work by force quitting. Lion 10.7.1 EHD: Western Digital 500GB. I just added a music folder, selected some songs, changed the info and clicked "save to HD." It froze after that, but after 3-ish mins I quit, then hear the HD write something. I checked the songs with iTunes 10.5 and confirmed a change of ID tag. Request: option to view more info that is viewable in iTunes. Ability to submit a list of song names that will pick out those names to change tag. Use user-given databases to automatically fix tags. (in my case, vgmdb.net) Ability to organize track and disc numbers. (in the tags) Thanks for this wonderful software, I hope you will be successuful! Perhaps it will work with an EHD on snow leopard?
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5
glengarry
19 August 2011
Version: 3.1.1
Fantastic app. For those people like me who loathe iTunes this is the best tagger app by a long way.
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5
Kozikoff
18 April 2011
Version: 3.1.1
Best in free apps
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Losmuertos
24 September 2010
Version: 3.1.1
App could be good... Unfortunately, I tested it on some of my pre-tagged files, and instead of just correcting some album art like I asked it to, it removed all pre-existing tags and wrote its own. I could not find any way to change this behavior...
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5
Radiorhaeem
11 May 2010
Version: 3.1.1
Fantastic. OS X has needed an app like this for some time. Looking forward to future updates. Only problem so far: Seems to hang up a lot when saving changes to disk on USB volumes. Not sure if that can be fixed or not.
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Steppenlux
15 April 2010
Version: 3.0.0
Any OSX .5 older version ????? :)
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Steppenlux
15 April 2010
Version: 3.0.0
App just can't launch (mac os 10.5.8
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X0r
09 April 2010
Version: 3.0.0
developer please answer my mails!
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X0r
30 January 2010
Version: 2.1.3
Feature request: - Ability to clean a field (deleting a tag) - A dialog showing all the tags detected in fields like mp3tag and the ability of edit them. - More powerful file renamer/tag extractor from filename Example: %artist% - %title% - %dummy%. Thanks for your work!
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Lounge-Deluxe
25 November 2009
Version: 2.1.3
I couldn't find the promised integration with discogs.com which allows the user to search for album information and artwork and apply it to the songs. I did find an option "search on Amazon" for finding cover art. If Tagr is or would be able in the future to extract data from Discogs then that would be really useful.
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X0r
30 October 2009
Version: 2.1.2
the best free tag application, it needs more features but for now it's ok :)
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Rod76
11 July 2009
Version: 2.0
Nice free tagging application. Its a little rough around the edges (crashes sometimes), but for the price it's the one I'll be using. Overall its a pretty simple editor. I like it because most of my podcasts never makes it to iTunes and this app affords me the opportunity to add proper tags along with custom artwork to my podcasts.
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